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  • Government Says Rupee Has Appreciated In Real Terms

    Government Says Rupee Has Appreciated In Real Terms

    The rupee may have weakened against the dollar in nominal terms, but at real effective exchange rates, it appreciated by 5.5 per cent in 2014-15 and 3 per cent in 2015-16, the government informed Parliament on Tuesday.

  • USFDA Rejected 12,012 Products Since January 2011: Nirmala Sitharaman

    USFDA Rejected 12,012 Products Since January 2011: Nirmala Sitharaman

    The US health regulator has refused entry of 12,012 Indian products, including drugs, into the American market between January 2011 and March 2016 for various reasons, including adulteration and misbranding, Parliament was informed on Monday.

  • FDI In April-February Jumps To $37.53 Billion: Commerce Minister

    FDI In April-February Jumps To $37.53 Billion: Commerce Minister

    Foreign direct investment (FDI) in India increased to $37.53 billion during April-February period of the last fiscal year, Parliament was informed on Monday.

  • Agencies Investigating Panama Paper Leaks, Says Union Minister Jayant Sinha

    Agencies Investigating Panama Paper Leaks, Says Union Minister Jayant Sinha

    Determination of total volume of money that has been evaded by Indian citizens in violation of laws is subject matter of investigation and other follow-up actions, Parliament was informed today.

  • IITs Have Been Asked To Teach Sanskrit: Smriti Irani

    IITs Have Been Asked To Teach Sanskrit: Smriti Irani

    IITs have been asked to teach Sanskrit language for facilitating study of science and technology as reflected in its literature, Lok Sabha was told today.

  • Government Planning To Criminalise Marital Rape

    Government Planning To Criminalise Marital Rape

    Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi today said the government is planning to criminalise marital rape, a month after her statement in Parliament that the concept cannot be "suitably applied in the Indian context" created an uproar.

  • Judiciary Must Introspect And Self-Correct When Needed: President Mukherjee

    Judiciary Must Introspect And Self-Correct When Needed: President Mukherjee

    Emphasising that the organs of Indian democracy - Parliament, Executive and Judiciary - should operate within their own spheres, President Pranb Mukherjee today said the judiciary being a "critical" pillar must introspect and self-correct, when required, to meet the evolving needs of polity.

  • UK Labour Union Alleges Visa Rule Abuse By TCS

    UK Labour Union Alleges Visa Rule Abuse By TCS

    Mounting their pressure on Tata Group amid job loss fears from a planned sale of British steel business, a leading labour union today accused the Indian conglomerate of "flouting visa rules" for its IT unit Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).

  • My Memories As An Indian MP

    My Memories As An Indian MP

    It has been a tumultuous 25 years, with many ups and downs, many unexpected twists and turns, many gifts of Destiny and some cruel blows of Fate.

  • Adani Seals Final Landholder Compensation Deal For Australia Project

    Adani Seals Final Landholder Compensation Deal For Australia Project

    Indian mining giant Adani today took a step forward in realising its 21.7 billion dollars coal mine in Australia by concluding the final landholder compensation agreement, a day after it received the backing of the Queensland's Parliament for the controversy-hit project.

  • 'Disturbing Inputs' About Possible Terror Attack, Says Army Commander

    'Disturbing Inputs' About Possible Terror Attack, Says Army Commander

    There are some "disturbing" inputs about a terror attack in India aimed at creating the "maximum media impact" during the Shivratri festival and the ongoing Parliament session, a top army commander disclosed.

  • Steps To Check Fishermen From Straying To Foreign Waters: Sushma Swaraj

    Steps To Check Fishermen From Straying To Foreign Waters: Sushma Swaraj

    External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said the issue of Indian fishermen straying into Pakistan's waters would be resolved soon with the installation of GPS in fishing boats and marking of the maritime boundary.

  • 65 Pakistanis Given Indian Citizenship In 2016

    65 Pakistanis Given Indian Citizenship In 2016

    65 Pakistani nationals, including singer Adnan Sami, and 55 people of other nationalities were given Indian citizenship in first two months of 2016, Rajya Sabha was informed today.

  • Left Is The 'Witch' In India's Growth Story: BJP Lawmaker

    Left Is The 'Witch' In India's Growth Story: BJP Lawmaker

    With assembly elections in Kerala round the corner, the BJP today went hammer and tongs in the Lok Sabha against the Left parties projecting them as the "witch" in the fairy tale of India's growth story.

  • Government Sees Higher FY16 Growth Even After Economy Loses Steam

    Government Sees Higher FY16 Growth Even After Economy Loses Steam

    India's economic growth slowed in the last quarter of 2015, adding to pressure on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government to expedite stalled reforms in the next session of Parliament when it presents its annual budget.

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